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Linen summer suit owned by the Duke of Windsor, made by H. Harris, English, 1941.

Harris double-breasted ecru linen summer suit with Royal Yacht Squadron buttons, American, the jacket with tailor's label bearing Duke of Windsor's name and date Maya Garzon

Edwardian driving coat2

Driving Coat - Hammond & Co. (tailors) London Woven houndstooth check tweed, lined with silk and woven wool

Ca. 1830s-1840s Boy's Nankeen Frock Coat via Ebay

Boy's single-breasted tunic in light brown nankeen, with lines of buttons on the bodice front;

1760 Quilted Silk Banyan / Met 2008.75

Banyan Date: ca. 1760 Culture: Chinese Medium: silk, linen Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in. cm) Credit Line: Alfred Z.Solomon-Janet A. Sloane Endowment Fund and Isabel Shults Fund, 2008 Accession Number:

The Chesterfield coat was a popular outer garment worn by men and given its name after the Sixth Earl of Chesterfield. The coat was knee-length, often double-breasted, and commonly included a velvet collar.

The Chesterfield coat was a popular outer garment worn by men and given its name after the Sixth Earl of Chesterfield. The coat was knee-length, often double-breasted, and commonly included a velvet collar.

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